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'm terrell brown. president obama takes a brief break from the campaign trail today to address the united nations general assembly. but with just six weeks until the election and his foreign policy under attack from the romney campaign, that address will target american voters as well as world leaders. last night here in new york, secretary of state hillary clinton met with egypt's new islamist president mohamed morsi. two weeks ago, demonstrators overran the u.s. embassy in cairo. morsi assured clinton embassy protection was egypt's duty. susan mcginnis has more now from the united nations. >> reporter: in a speech to the u.n. general assembly this morning, president obama is prepared to tell the world the u.s. will do what it must to make sure iran never obtains a nuclear weapon. >> every option available, and that includes the military option, remains on the table. >> reporter: iranian president mahmoud ahmadinejad denies the accusations his country is trying to develop a nuclear weapon. >> translator: let's even imagine we have an atomic weapon. what intelligent person would fight 5,0
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and missouri. >> massachusetts scott brown and elizabeth warren has turned out to be the weirdest race in the country. >> don't understand why he went after this issue and so far has not backed down. he's still talking about what she did or did not say about her own ethnic heritage. >> this was an issue earl hi on in the campaign. scott brown went early very hard against elizabeth warren on the basis of race. and while it got a lot of national attention, sort of everything he does gets national attention. sort of a darling of the beltway media and so he gets a lot of attention for what he does. he got a lot of press for it but didn't get any movement in the polls. polling pretty well and consistently throughout and then he took a dive. she gave that well received speech to the democratic convention polls generally turned even more strongly toward the democrats he ended up losing in four straight polls in massachusetts and then all of a sudden he's put her race back as the main reason to vote against her. he has never disproven that she is native american. he says essentially look at he
. >> so mayor bloomberg -- >> scott brown is getting desperate. >> can i ask you something, willie? >> sure. >> we understand now in new york city that little kids are being handed out morning after pis. >> we'll get toth. e'si i an going to ask the question. >> that's telling the story, but go ahead. >> they're letting little kids and we're going to show you how they're doing it. giving like the morning after pills like in pez dispenrs. myuestion is, do they get detention if theyri their morning after pill with a big gulp? >> that's the double-whammy. the new york double-whammy. mika's gng to explain this story. they put a flyer in your backpack, and it's an opt out flyer. unless y see that youe ngin >> morning after pill is like 40-year-old women couldn't get those things a couple of years ago. >> we're going to talk about that coming up. >> do you know what the pez dispenser looks like they have? it's inappropriate, willie. these are young kids. >> we'll start wit pic okay. >> mitt romney and paul ryan continue their bus tour through ohio today. in an interview yesterday with pe
. the announcement came during a chat demi lovato, who has been honest with her eating troubles. >>> chris brown will have to wait a few weeks to find out if he officially violated probation after testing positive for marijuana. according to court documents, brown tested positive in virginia, where he is fulfilling his community service. he told officials he had a medical marijuana card and ingested the drug in california. he has been on probation since 2009 for hitting his then girlfriend rihanna at a grammy party. brown is due back in court in november. >>> if you haven't seen it yet, after the break, it might be the most unusual and controversial ending to a football game ever.
campaign. this time it's michael brown. the washington examiner reports brown's reelection campaign did not report more than $8,000 in contributions. it cites an audit which shows the campaign also failed to report $13,000 in expenses. brown is already under scrutiny for $114,000 in missing funds, something he blames on his ousted campaign treasurer. >>> you've heard the phrase one bad apple can spoil the bunch. a few bad apples have spoiled the day for balance lieu i -- ballou high school students. three of them got ill. they were brought to the hospital after getting sick from eating apples their teacher brought in. >> i have a big problem with it. >> reporter: what was your problem? >> the teacher shouldn't have brought in the apples. >> norths say at this point the ap -- authorities say at this point the apples have not been identified as the source of the illness. >>> owners of a arlington dog grooming shop will be able to show off a new painted mural we. first told you about it two years ago. the owner claims the mural of dogs was free speech. the county said it was advertising an
. >> bill: exactly. the story this morning about massachusetts -- scott brown seems to think the number one issue up there is painting elizabeth warren as native american. of course, she helped maybe create that issue, but is this the issue that is going to help him win? >> i think this is the beginning of a long campaign that he is going to run. the fact fors on the ground all argue in warren's favor. there are going to be -- >> bill: democratic registration -- >> exactly 7 or 8,000 new voters who didn't vote for scott brown back in the special election in 2010, because they just didn't come out to vote. now he has to do something to undermine her credibility. at the moment the polls are showing elizabeth warren on a pretty strong rise. so scott brown has to do something to change this race. and i think elizabeth warren demonstrated it is an issue of concern for her. she herself went up with a response ad hours after scott brown did, which tells me they believe that is something of concern. >> bill: yeah. and she had addressed it before, but she can't take any c
. jerry brown propose this went from eight in the race to second place. he would have run if he did not name jesse jackson as the running mate. the democrats started it. lou: i meant. [laughter] that jerry brown went on that way word path. >> you never know about jerry. lou: there is the problem. >> we do know about this president but we don't know about governor romney. shame on his staff. he is then with than wonder two points of the ed dead heat. should he start talking about leadership or focus on the economy? >> he should not be apologetic. tax cuts come up broaden the base, all of them, everybody pay my tax rate, i get the economy going, i want everyone to make what i did. the obama rate is the same as mitt romney. the problem is jobs and output and if you need more investment. lou: do you think everybody is prepared to be adults? governor romney, the republicans and democrats to talk about what it means the business practices followed, over $1 trillion. absolutely withdrawn because these are agnostic these companies are american corporations. they're absolutely destructive to
. governor jerry brown signed a bill today that sets up regulations and guidelines to test driverless cars. brown signed it at google headquarters. google has been a big supporter of the self-controlled cars. google co founder sergey brin says he hopes people will be able to use this technology in the next few years. i find that terrifying. actually, no, so many people are terrible drivers, maybe this make it better. >>> thousands of anti austerity protesters took to the streets of spain today, gathering at neptune plaza. a police spokesman says 28 people were hurt, 22 arrested and the crowd gathered was 6,000 people. the protests come days before the spanish government announces its budget for next year and a package that will likely include more austerity measures. an analyst we spoke to said the next few days will be crucial, not just for spain, but for europe as a whole as to whether it can stay together. >>> the ecuadoran mission to the united nations confirms to cnn wikileaks founder julian assange will speak at a united general assembly. this is being hosted by the ecuadorian foreig
. and example. if their religion is liberalism this is a jar of the cs? -- feces. no. it is brown plato. they got the point*. but in all seriousness i need to be censored for my first amendment right but they are not? i know the real fascist. i should put this on e-bay and make a fortune. lou: free-speech. but what one does not like is more speech. bad art is more bad art. >> they were offended. actually. lou: you are being modest. i think this is masterful art to. >> and honestly say i have not seen a piece of art like that before. the president is at the height of hypocrisy with his actions. it is deplorable. lou: with religious preference and sensibility the president has steamrolled with contraception, abortion, rel igious preference, unless you happen to be muslim. >> certainly there is a tremendous double standard. this president picks and chooses. he showed no hesitation with his rules to force religious organizations to cover contraception which it is in opposition of direct teachings of the catholic church. lou: looking at the polls, which despite everything even the conflict o
the middle class pay for college work. here's her report. >> reporter: when jackie graduated from brown university this year, she put off going straight to medical school. instead, she took a research job at sloan kettering hospital. >> it is nice to have a paying job where i can pay back part of my student loans before going to med school and possibly adding on a lot more. >> reporter: and she had plenty of them, $100,000 worth. why? her family is middle class. her mother works in a school, her dad owns a bar. she says they're considered too wealthy to qualify for many grants but not wealthy enough to have saved the money for the more than $50,000 a year to attend brown. >> you're in the middle class, you are normal suburban family but you don't make an outrageous amount of money, so you can't pay these outrageous prices for tuition. >> reporter: she's not alone. student loan debt hit $1 trillion last year. even tuition for public four-year colleges rose 68% over the last decade. enter the presidential campaign with college affordability a key issue for younger voters. >> i want to mak
? >> eric: look it up while we talk. >> bob: browns. greg is excited about this whole thing. so first time the refs will be cheered when they get on the field, until they miss the first call. >> eric: third minute in. they will blow a call. or have a questionable call and everyone will say bring back the -- >> kimberly: nobody likes refs. >> eric: people say you made no sense yesterday when you said but bring them back because of the injuries. that's the only reason you bring them back. $3 million is hanging on this whole deal the whole time. any one of the quarterbacks could get hurt because of a blown call or no call. there was too much risk to the franchise, so they say let's make deal. refs got most of what they want. they're union thugs. sorry, refs. >> bob: here we go. back to unions. >> andrea: i'm not an expert on football like you, bob, but the refs should never be the story. all week long the refs have been the story. they have to up the game. eric is right. the n.f.l. is not going to let $3 million, pocket change to them, destroy their brand. >> bob: they almost did. they almost
romney, was on the board. and september me a letter -- michael brown is nodding his head. sent me a letter saying with 49 other -- 48 other governors, we should continue this. this is important. so i called him. i was out of the white house. i said, governor, that's what americorps is all about. i hope you will help me save it. and he urged the republican congress to continue to support it and urged the white house. the youth unemployment rate exceeds 40%. but 80% of the city volunteers in johannesburg have a job the day they leave. it turns out to be good economics as well as good for the society. all of you should know that and i wanted you to know it. and, governor, i thank you for being here. the podium is yours. >> thank you, mr. president. >> thank you. [ applause ] >> thank you, mr. president. it is an honor to be here this morning. you appreciate your kind words. and that introduction is very touching. if there is one thing we have learned in this election season, by the way, it is that a few words from bill clinton can do a man a lot of good. [ applause ] all i have to do
. a senate race between scott brown and elizabeth warren is getting personal and is getting nasty. a new video shows brown ads doing the tomahawk rally meant to identify her as a member who studied at harvard. this woman's great, great, great grandmother is also in this. >>> benjamin franklin is apparently worth $3 million. the fbi agents found this piece in elton, maryland, and arrested a 46-year-old woman who previously worked as a housekeeper for those involved in the bust. the owner is hoping to have it restored. >> that's a lot of money. >> hopefully you can glue that back together. >>> you love the next story. we have heard about the futuristic cars that drive themselves. the "san francisco chronicle" has this story about the new law signed by governor jerry brown to make a law on driverless cars. google has been developing the technology and says the fleet of the 12-computer-controlled vehicles have gone more than 3,000 miles without an accident. that's a pretty impressive record there. >> it is. you can probably be accident-proof with the driverless cars, a lot better than we can
"radicals." and democratic strategy robert brown is with us. comes on american soil, an anti-semite, supports terrorist groups, leading a muslim-led global ban on insults to the prophet. >> right. this is the head of the most aggressive hate group in the world. this is a man who freed the brother of al zawahri, the leader of al-qaeda, and his brother, led the attacks on the american embassy. this is a man who demands the release of the blind sheik who tried to kill 100,000 new yorkers, blow up the lincoln and holland tunnels. this is the head of an organization which can only be compared to the nazis. i mean, he said at a huge rally where his imam said they'd make jerusalem and israel a muslim country. >> bill: this was what was so humiliating about his pandering, embarrassing speech today. why doesn't he tell them, go straight to hell? you don't lecture america. >> he's responsible for morsi being in power. it was obama who pulled the rug from under muslim brotherhood mn ally, and said that they would be political. they came in, advocated the constitution, and obama helped t
been watching, that one in massachusetts between elizabeth warren and scott brown. republicans really need to be able to win that so they can actually net elsewhere. >> all right. so one thing, though, when it comes to the todd akin-clare mccaskill race, we're seeing the first mccaskill ad taking him to task about the legitimate rape comments. let's take a look. >> todd akin said he didn't like social security. on september 3rd, 2011, todd akin said medicare was unconstitutional. march 16th, akin said he wants to abolish the minimum wage and august 19th todd akin said only some rapes are legitimate. what will he say next? >> so, mark this is the first time she's used that about the legitimate rape comment. what strikes you about this ad in general? >> we knew it was coming and came pretty much minutes if not hours after we all knew that todd akin was officially going to remain in the missouri senate contest. the other thing i think is quite striking potentially more damaging ads that clare mccaskill could run with the republicans and mitt romney all saying that somehow todd akin neede
out 10 batters. only gave up one walk. completes the 15th no no. first since tom browning in 1988. great start the reds only must tarred one run against pittsburgh who clinched a 20th straight season without a winning record. sorry, pirates. meanwhile the rider cup underway and amazing showing by one pair put the u.s. ahead going into saturday. check it out. bradley's birdie put. mickelson and another. >> god, the emotion was infectious at the course on friday. the team of keegan bradley and this phil mickelson played brilliantly. that shot a seven iron made that course erupt. forces the european team of mcilroy to cede the afternoon match. jumped out to early 5-3 lead. love the embrace there. after finishing the day losing both his matches tiger woods sitting out the morning's first matches for the first time in his career. i love the rider cup. it's good to see passion and some team atmosphere coming into the sport of golf. >> and the americans on top. >> very rare. >> that is rare. >> let's check in with janice dean. >> it's hard to adjust. we are into fall. lending umbrella. t
, you got sherrod brown there in ohio. very important to get sherrod brown back. he's one of our best united states senators, i believe. 5 points is not a big spread, right? in politics. >> no, it's not. people in ohio, they tend to -- you never know which way the wind's going to blow. but it is looking -- so far it's looking good. democrats can't give up the fight. >> bill: i keep coming back to what nancy pelosi told us friday, 10 points, if obama wins by 10 points, he get back the house. rack it up. roll it up, roll it up. i'm not a sports fan but i know in tennessee sometimes people say you've already won the game. just relax and let the other team score a little bit. uh-huh! no. the other philosophy is bury them! that's what i want to do. bury mitt romney. joey is out in chicago. how you doing? >> caller: good. i've been on a sabbatical, bill. >> bill: we missed you. >> caller: thank you. let's not get too concerned about you. i understand your worries but i think we have the older white people on
saying michael brown is nodding his head, had sent me a letter saying with 49, 48 other governors we should continue, this is important. so i called him and i was out of the white house. i said, governor, i love city year. that is what america -- what americorps is all about. i hope you help me save it. and he urged the republican congress to continue to support city year and he urged the white house to do it and they did. i just visited a city year program in south africa in johannesburg where the youth unemployment rate exceeds 40% but 80% of the city year volunteers in johannesburg have a job the day they leave city year. so it turns out to be good economics as well as good for the society. all of you should know that and i wanted you to know it. and governor, i thank you for being here. the podium is yours. [applause] >> thank you, mr. president, thank you very much. >> thank you, mr. president. it is an honor to be here this morning. i thank you for your kind words. that introduction is very touching. one thing we learned in the election season by the way, a few words from bill
for a debate between incumbent president scott brown and elizabeth warren. c-span will have coverage of that. that will be followed at shinnecock by -- 8:00. c-span2 will have eric cantor as she squares off against a former army colonel when powell. live coverage at 7:00 eastern on c-span2. "usa" richard walsh sat down with an interview with ross perot. c-span cameras were there to record the interview from his home and office in texas. he talked about running as a third-party candidate, dealing with the country's debt, and the u.s. education system. here is a look. >> go to our most elite engineering schools. at one time we had more talented engineer than anyone else. we were discovering everything in the world. now that has all turned around. and it is getting worse by the day. 78% of the people getting ph.d. is in our most elite engineering schools come from either china or india. ok? now, 20% come from all over the world. now i'm up to 90%. that means 2% of the people getting phd's are coming from the united states and our most elite engineering schools. that is a recipe for disaster. we
. dennis: capital senior john brown worked with margaret thatcher. why don't we just cut tax rates 80%? >> i think there is evidence to show that tax rates to increase activity. certainly with margaret immediately dropped the top rate and tax from 92% to 40%. to reduce the foreign exchange controls 20 overnight. this had a huge impact on people. she was also into the air -- deregulation. and incubation for smaller companies. in the bidding for the new contracts, she forbid two years british telecom to be in the bidding. a chance for the new high-tech companies to take off. it had a tremendous effect. she was always very clear. sometimes wrong, but never in dow. she gave us rarity. dennis: i am not sure we see anything like those old plants from either candidate. the uncertainty that you are talking about, actually, it is more just the certainty of taxes going up. >> well, yes. i think actually worse than that is the uncertainty. for some people down, for some people the same, for some people up. there is no direction. no clarity overtax, regulations, and it is no clear direction. very
to sherrod brown, who says that happens in the brown campaign. i suspect that is happening in many campaigns. there is so much fact checking going on, not just with our organizations, but with others. we have partners in 11 states. there are newspapers and website around the country doing fact checking. there are a lot of eyes out there. >> that suggest, if things are that closely vetted and mauled over before they are said, especially speeches at the conventions, when they come out and repeat things that they know are going to the fact that again, that suggests there is no price. they have concluded that the price is so small that they are willing to -- >> there may be a price, but it is balanced against the fact that it is a tested and the fact of life that moves voters. you do a cost-benefit analysis, like anything in life, the benefits quickly away the costs of yet another column in "the washington post" or the associated press that says there is no money there your saving from ending the war. >> sometimes i am struck by the aggressiveness of the ads, compared to what comes out of the ca
the fact that brokers in virginia had elected a republican. in massachusetts, the scott brown race was effectively a referendum on obamacare. and yet this president and nancy pelosi and harry reid rammed it through. >> the question -- if you were elected, do you want these benefits that hundreds of thousands of texans now have -- to do what been taken away? >> that is not exactly right. i support as a dividend health care reform. >> the lot of the land is in the books. do you want to have it taken away? >> you cannot talk about half without the other half. the other half -- i think health care reform should follow if you principals. number one, it should expand competition in the marketplace. number two, it should empower patients and disempower government bureaucrats. let me give you three specific reforms -- one, allow people to purchase health insurance across state lines. that would create a true 50- state national marketplace for health insurance. for example, talking about children under 26 being on the apparent policy. if we get a true national marketplace for of insurance,
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